Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Angela Kulig is LOST in some sort of time paradox {Not the plot of a bad Mary-Sue Novel}

I sit here typing, and I have no idea what day it is. I think it might be Friday, I hold my breath and hope for the best but GASP it's only Tuesday. This keeps happening to me, last week I thought it was Wednesday when it was Friday. Friday should never feel like it's any other day but Friday! That is ludicrous!

And I have things to do.... many MANY things to do. Most of them could be accomplished in just one night of the husband watching the kids--but it's been weeks and my to do list only grows. Stuff that should take me hours fills days and days and they don't get done. Nothing gets done, everything I start is left uncompleted.

I am not sure if I ever announced it on the blog but I'm pregnant. It's a happy thing, but it's making me so tired I can't even see right after about 5pm, and I wouldn't last that long if I didn't have a nap or sleep in. I have 4 kids, but it hasn't ever been like this.

Honestly I don't want to do anything, but fall asleep until I don't feel like this anymore. I don't want to read, write, or launch books. I don't want to blog, or tweet, or learn anything. Then I hate myself for that, because that isn't who I am. I am the queen of mulitaskers. I am the patron saint of post its! I am just too tired. So be patient with me. If you need something from me soon, just poke me nicely. Luckily the first trimester is 2/3 over.


Anonymous said...

I don't have your awesome excuse and I'm falling far behind on task. Congratulations Angela! My last pregnancy I was curled up on the bed half the time. She made me so tired and sick most of the time. You need to take all the time your body demands so that you may stay healthy and strong. Sending you virtual hugs and positive vibes for a healthy pregnancy.

Kellianne Sweeney said...

I was going to say that it sounds like Pregnancy Syndrome! It uses up all of your brain cells and leaves you with scattered leftovers that don't go together! Hang in there! Naps are golden.

Patricia Lynne said...

Congrats on the news. I was wondering because I kept seeing you say things on Twitter, but I never got around to asking.

Don't fret, you got a new baby to worry about, and we'll still be here when you have the energy.